Prince Muhammed bin Nayef given George Tenet award by agency chief Mike Pompeo for contributions to 'realising world security and peace'
Court documents show then business secretary ‘indicated he will suspend exports’ if he did not have cross-government agreement by the end of the day
The Foreign Secretary wrote to the Trade Secretary saying he did not judge the attack as a reason to stop selling weapons
12 million people affected by the Yemeni civil war face ‘rapidly deteriorating’ situation, aid agencies say
Four prominent dissidents sentenced to jail time in January alone, Human Rights Watch says
Chief amongst donors were Qatar and Saudi Arabia
Exclusive: Officials only come to an 'overall judgement' on whether weapons sold will be used to breach laws
Findings come days before judicial review into UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen
Oil has suffered a steady decline since the beginning of 2014, when it was trading well above $100 per barrel
Leaders discussed future humanitarian provisions in the bloody Syrian and Yemeni civil wars as well as increasing Saudi contributions to the fight against Isis
With oil prices still slumped and unemployment levels high, Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman is pursuing neoliberal reforms in a make-or-break programme
The Ministry of Defence has said it has noted 252 alleged violations of international humanitarian law carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen’s civil war.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has paid visits to Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait in the last three months
Around 70 people have died in fresh fighting around the country, as first US drone strike under Trump administration kills two Al-Qaeda militants in southern province
The pilgrims were on their way to Medina after visiting Mecca
Women took to the streets of Sanaa in support of the Houthi rebels